GDB 25.0: A TOUGHER TEST...

Jason Gregor
November 25 2013 12:27PM

Fresh off a three-day break, the Oilers will try to extend their three-game winning streak vs. the defending Stanley Cup champions. Since the start of the 2010/2011 season the Oilers are 6-5-1 against the Hawks. The Oilers are 2-3-0 at home at 4-2-1 on the road.

The games in Edmonton have been blowouts. The Oilers have won by scores of 9-2 and 8-4, while the Hawks won 4-1, 5-0 and 4-1. The Oilers have outscored their opponents 15-3 during this short winning streak, but beating Chicago should be more difficult than beating Calgary, Columbus and Florida.

The Oilers' are playing their best hockey of the season, but so are the Hawks. Chicago is 10-2-1 in their last 13 games and they've scored 4+ goals in nine of those games. Patrick Kane is on a ten-game scoring streak and has 16 points in 13 games, while Jonathan Toews has 15 points in that same span, and they are on different lines.   

LINEUP

Hall-RNH-Eberle
Yakupov-Gagner-Hemsky
Smyth-Gordon-Perron
Jonesuu-Acton-Gazdic

Belov-J.Schultz
Ference-Petry
N. Schultz-Potter

Dubnyk

No reason to change anything when you are winning, although at some point you'd like to see more from Jesse Joensuu. He hasn't done much, and once they lose I could see Ryan Jones and Marc Arcobello re-inserted into the lineup.

Marian Hossa is in Chicago taking care of a personal matter, so look for Brandon Saad to play with Toews and Patrick Sharp. Kane has Brandon Pirri as his centreman, and recently acquired Kris Versteeg will play the other wing.

QUICK HITS

  •  This is the healthiest we've seen the Oilers in years, and if they can stay healthy we will get a much more accurate assessment of who they are as a team. The Blackhawks have 12 skaters who have played every game. Their top-five D-men; Keith, Seabrook, Hjalmarsson, Oduya and Leddy, and forwards Toews, Sharp, Kane, Shaw, Saad, Kruger and Bollig. Hossa had missed four games and Bickell has missed two. Being healthy, especially when it is yoru best players, gives you a much better chance to win.
     
  • Look for the Oilers to attack Kane when he has the puck and not give him time to set up. If Kane has time to set up in the offensive zone he will embarrass you. Eakins said he'd rather see the puck on Kane's linemates' sticks.
     
  • Ken Hitchcock moving close to Hall of Fame, a goalie the Oilers have to look at in free agency, and a major blunder by the CFL. Read here.
     
  • Marc Arcobello has been a good surprise, but anyone who felt he was the team's MVP in the first quarter of the season wasn't watching close enough. It is great to want him in the lineup, but don't overestimate his contributions.
     
  • After reading Willis' solid piece on Perron's spike in shots on net, I asked the winger about his increased totals. "I've always liked to shoot, and right now I'm getting a lot of chances to shoot. I'm not sure if the system allows me more chances, or if I'm just getting more right now. It is early, but it seems every game I'm in a good spot to shoot. I really like playing with Gordo (Boyd Gordon) and Smitty (Ryan Smyth). We work well together and they get me the puck in good areas. I don't think I'm doing anything really different than I have in the past, but I noticed I have almost as many shots this year than I had all of last season, so hopefully I can keep it up," Perron said.

    He said he wanted to shoot more the past few years, but this year he said he has tried to shoot the puck quicker, and felt that he had more shots blocked last year. Interesting.
     
  • The Oilers PP is now 9th in the league at 21.5%. After going 6 for 49 (12.2%) in their first 15 games, they are a sizzling 11 for 30 (36.7%) in their last nine games. The Oilers are 18th in PP chances, but if you went by games played, they'd be closer to 23rd.
     
  • The Oilers PK has moved up to 15th overall at 83%. In their first 15 games they allowed 13 goals in 55 attempts (76.4%), but in their last nine games they've only allowed 2 goals in 33 kills (93.9%).
     
  • The Oilers still take too many penalties. They've been shorthanded 88 times thus far, tied for 7th most in the NHL. Eakins has no problem with aggressive penalties, but he feels his team still takes too many stick infractions. They've been one of the most penalized teams for the past four seasons, and eventually that needs to change if they want to start winning.
     
  • A big thank you to everyone who came out to DJ Suitcase party on Friday. It was a great night and we raised over $15,000 for the Inner City Children's Program. Nice work.

LOOKING AHEAD....  

GAME DAY PREDICTION: Fans will be entertained with nine goals, but this won't be a blowout...The Hawks pick up their second 5-4 victory over the Oilers this season.

OBVIOUS GAME DAY PREDICTION: Hall picks up two more points. Hall has 7-10-17 in 11 career games vs. the Hawks.

NOT-SO-OBVIOUS GAME DAY PREDICTION: Sam Gagner scores the first goal of the game, and a few people suggest he's on his way to another 8-point night. That won't happen, but Gagner picks up an assist to finish with two points. Gagner gets rocked by Andrew Shaw early in the 2nd period, and can't drop the mitts because his jaw isn't 100%, so Andrew Ference rushes in and he and Shaw have a spirited tilt.  

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#101 Alsker
November 25 2013, 09:01PM
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Sir Bryz gives me the feeling I had when Cujo/Rollie/Fuhrsie were here. I'm sure its the rum but damn you just get that sense that things even up between the pipes.

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#102 Alsker
November 25 2013, 09:50PM
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@Moog's helmet

Hmmm...the Caps back in the early 70`s and the Devils early 80`s..as for how we play against better teams it shows how far we have to go(or how LITTLE Kblowe really knows about winning).

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#103 Alsker
November 25 2013, 09:57PM
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moog's helmet wrote:

Got to admit I like Eakins' layoff beard.

Beard or not he reminds me of Dr.Who...wonder where he parks his tardis?

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#104 Clyde
November 25 2013, 10:03PM
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Anyone still wondering why Saad was a Calder finalist and Yak wasn't?

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#105 moog's helmet
November 25 2013, 10:03PM
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Not a typo. Lame pun.

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#106 Alsker
November 25 2013, 10:10PM
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Honestly miss a punishing D-man, not a 1D but just a tough SOB. Don Jackson,Matt Greene,Marchmant,S.Smith,Gator,Buekeboom, Luke Richardson type. We so despratley need such a guy. Bryz gives you the feeling he`s a true NHL goalie, now we need that on the back end. Gags,Hemmer,+ prospects come on MacT get it done...NOW

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#107 Alsker
November 25 2013, 10:30PM
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Rob... wrote:

Hall needs to sit for a game. Those turnovers were far less excusable than Yakupov's bobbling of the puck on the short-handed goal.

I'd also bagskate every player who decided the best play was to blindly pass it behind them while deep in their own zone and under pressure.

Dont forget all those little drop passses and scary plays worked against Flo.,Col., and Calgary...BUT alas we play a real team and.....cant argue with you and honestly agree but accountability has way too many syllables to mean anything to this organization

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#108 Terran
November 25 2013, 11:27PM
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I think Mike had too many wobbly-pops tonight

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#109 Jeff In Lethbridge
November 26 2013, 07:34AM
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michael wrote:

Why is Potter still an Oiler? Own goal.Pp and Sh goal. The Oil are finding all kinds of ways to piss this game away. Oh well. Looks like a recipe for failure tonight. BTW Columbus kicks the crud out of TO tonight 6-0. Friday night should be brutal for the Oil.

5-1 final tonight I think I 'll go watch a Miley Cyrus video on You Tube. Isn't that the joke? What's worse than watching the Oilers play Chicago? Answer? Watching Miley Cyrus.

Oil have been winning 3 of 4 games recently - 75%!

at this reate the squueeeeeeek into the playoffs for sure!!

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#110 Rob...
November 26 2013, 12:22PM
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@Mike Krushelnyski

You're not the only one who has triggered a double post, or more. If the powers that be can auto-turf a submission for having a swear in it then I find it difficult to believe that they can't add a bit of code checking to see if the last post contains the identical content of the current submission. Turf the submission if it does.

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#111 A-Mc
November 25 2013, 01:59PM
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Jordan Nugent-Hallkins wrote:

Hockeydb has him at 6'0", 195 lbs. He's stated he wants top 6 minutes, so the question is, is he better than our top four wingers? Kinda seems like more of the same.

Ya i figured that after i posted it. I edited my post to include that for some reason i thought he was a Defenseman.

My first thought was that there was a decent defeseman not getting playing time that wants out of washington, could the oilers use him!? but i was way off as he's a winger.

Even as a winger though, i dont know what type of game he brings. Ales Hemsky is worth a full 1Mill/yr more and if Erat fits our style a little better (not sure?) then perhaps there is a trade we could do involving hemsky for Erat.

I must admit i dont know much about Erat, so i'm totally blowing smoke here. I'll leave it to the people in-the-know to make comments on how Edmonton might be able to use him, if at all.

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#112 Jordan Nugent-Hallkins
November 25 2013, 02:03PM
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@A-Mc

Yeah, I know nothing about him either. But I'd play Hall, Ebs, and Perron before Erat, and I think having him in the top six would cut into Yak's development. If only he were a centre. And 3" taller/25 lbs heavier...

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#113 Hemmercules
November 25 2013, 02:11PM
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Jordan Nugent-Hallkins wrote:

Yeah, I know nothing about him either. But I'd play Hall, Ebs, and Perron before Erat, and I think having him in the top six would cut into Yak's development. If only he were a centre. And 3" taller/25 lbs heavier...

beat me to it. If he was a bigger center I would take a look. He makes too much though for a soft player and the Oilers have enough of those.

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#115 Mac962
November 25 2013, 04:44PM
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$3M wrote:

The sexism Gregor adds to his articles is totally unneccessary!Put in some pictures of house plants instead so MAC iq 6.29 can be happy!

Still Bothered are You Mr. Wronger ? Tsk Tsk You make me laugh, no really, you do.

Lets Go Oilers, Show time.

MAC 6.29 or whatever Wronger super Millionaire calls me.

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#116 Smokey
November 25 2013, 05:02PM
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oilers2k10 wrote:

Arcobello should be in Hemsky out simple as that.

Arco should of been over Gagner or Acton. Hemsky has been alright lately.

Those who suggested Hemsky for Erat. That trade is for the taking. Washington should be kicking doors on that, however that's not a trade you make straight across. Erat destroyed his value, and Hemsky is a lot more now. People say Hemmers made of glass, but he's been healthy this year, and he's still got his mojo some nights. Still think he's a legit top 6 with 50 point potential. Frankly would not touch Erat personally.

The greater question is what you can get for Hemmer at the deadline. Like to see a legit 3rd line type. I think he will be up for grabs for say a couple 2nds to a team going into the playoffs, cause Hemsky can be a complete X-factor player when motivated. Can't see a first unless really late.

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#117 Romulus' Apotheosis
November 25 2013, 05:12PM
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Smokey wrote:

Arco should of been over Gagner or Acton. Hemsky has been alright lately.

Those who suggested Hemsky for Erat. That trade is for the taking. Washington should be kicking doors on that, however that's not a trade you make straight across. Erat destroyed his value, and Hemsky is a lot more now. People say Hemmers made of glass, but he's been healthy this year, and he's still got his mojo some nights. Still think he's a legit top 6 with 50 point potential. Frankly would not touch Erat personally.

The greater question is what you can get for Hemmer at the deadline. Like to see a legit 3rd line type. I think he will be up for grabs for say a couple 2nds to a team going into the playoffs, cause Hemsky can be a complete X-factor player when motivated. Can't see a first unless really late.

CBC mentioned Ottawa as a possible target for Hemsky this past Sat. But that trade (and numerous others for Hemsky) have been talked about forever. The return wasn't mentioned. (IIRC)

Another report had this to say:

"The Oilers need help everywhere, however, teams are asking for young players in return. “They want to do something but they overrate their players which means the prices are high,” said a league executive. He should be able to get a top pick for UFA RW Ales Hemsky"

http://www.ottawasun.com/2013/11/23/phillys-captain-claude-giroux-set-for-sochi-olympics

Not sure what a "top pick" could mean other than a 1st rounder. But that would be full value for the player.

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#118 David S
November 25 2013, 06:50PM
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DSF wrote:

You are old enough to be their grandfather you creep!

Oh DSF, you SO pwned me.

My response?

http://youtu.be/9n4-oVOKoLY

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#119 Alsker
November 25 2013, 07:28PM
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How can we not pick the Oil to come up big tonite,5-2 sounds about right, hell Columbus are up 6-0 over the laughs. Obviously anything can happen. And yes rum is definitely the reason behind my optimism.

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#120 Johnnydapunk
November 25 2013, 07:56PM
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This could get ugly..

But on an aside, is it me or does Crawford wear freakishly giant pads?? They look like they are up to his waist! Dunno how those got past Whitmore.

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#121 Alsker
November 25 2013, 08:05PM
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Oh that Smyth opportunity would have helped.

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#122 Walter Sobchak
November 25 2013, 08:37PM
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@Romulus' Apotheosis

From another article.

Romulus' Apotheosis wrote: Dubnyk named one of the NHL's 3 stars of the week:

http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=693003&navid=DL|NHL|home

So… I guess everyone predicting he had eternally cratered was being reactionary… who would have guessed?

Ya, ok.

You still feel that way Rom?

If Dubnyks the answer, then why are the Oilers looking so hard for a replacement?

Don't answer that, I'll come back to that after December & January.

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#123 michael
November 25 2013, 08:40PM
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Why is Potter still an Oiler? Own goal.Pp and Sh goal. The Oil are finding all kinds of ways to piss this game away. Oh well. Looks like a recipe for failure tonight. BTW Columbus kicks the crud out of TO tonight 6-0. Friday night should be brutal for the Oil.

5-1 final tonight I think I 'll go watch a Miley Cyrus video on You Tube. Isn't that the joke? What's worse than watching the Oilers play Chicago? Answer? Watching Miley Cyrus.

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#124 Alsker
November 25 2013, 09:03PM
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So when does Wanye show Sir Bryz the photo-shop finalists so he can choose one for his mask.

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#125 MessyEH!
November 25 2013, 10:16PM
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michael wrote:

Why is Potter still an Oiler? Own goal.Pp and Sh goal. The Oil are finding all kinds of ways to piss this game away. Oh well. Looks like a recipe for failure tonight. BTW Columbus kicks the crud out of TO tonight 6-0. Friday night should be brutal for the Oil.

5-1 final tonight I think I 'll go watch a Miley Cyrus video on You Tube. Isn't that the joke? What's worse than watching the Oilers play Chicago? Answer? Watching Miley Cyrus.

You caused this!!!

Runs away crying to his race car bed*

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#126 Romulus' Apotheosis
November 25 2013, 10:27PM
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Walter Sobchak wrote:

From another article.

Romulus' Apotheosis wrote: Dubnyk named one of the NHL's 3 stars of the week:

http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=693003&navid=DL|NHL|home

So… I guess everyone predicting he had eternally cratered was being reactionary… who would have guessed?

Ya, ok.

You still feel that way Rom?

If Dubnyks the answer, then why are the Oilers looking so hard for a replacement?

Don't answer that, I'll come back to that after December & January.

He didn't play well, that's for sure. Of course, Yak blowing a tire on a PP, Kane winning a scramble on their PP, Corey Potter punching the puck into the net and Shaw scoring on a 3 on 1 didn't help matters.

Look, no one EVER said Dubnyk was amazing.

What they (myself included) said is that he was playing terribly but was way more likely to rebound to his historical average (which happens to be league average or very slightly better, i.e., not amazing, not terrible), then to remain in the gutter, which many were dead certain of happening.

His play over the last 10 games was very good. And, I expect it to even out over the course of the season to league average or slightly better.

Feel free to continue to think otherwise. You would probably be seriously wrong and if you were in charge of an NHL team you would be likely to make many very bad decisions.

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#127 Mike Krushelnyski
November 25 2013, 11:12PM
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I have high hopes for the Bryzgalov-era Oilers. They've looked pretty good ever since he's been in net for them!!

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#128 Mike Krushelnyski
November 25 2013, 11:13PM
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I have high hopes for the Bryzgalov-era Oilers. They've looked pretty good ever since he's been in net for them!!

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#129 Mike Krushelnyski
November 25 2013, 11:13PM
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I have high hopes for the Bryzgalov-era Oilers. They've looked pretty good ever since he's been in net for them!!

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#130 Mike Krushelnyski
November 25 2013, 11:13PM
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I have high hopes for the Bryzgalov-era Oilers. They've looked pretty good ever since he's been in net for them!!

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#131 U
November 25 2013, 11:25PM
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Clyde wrote:

Anyone still wondering why Saad was a Calder finalist and Yak wasn't?

Get lost Flamer

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#132 S cottV
November 25 2013, 01:40PM
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Probably 5 to 4 like Gregor says because the Hawks will be thinking that a personal points night and 2 points in the standings are both achievable. Progress would be a 3 to 2 loss, with reasonable control demomonstrated by the Oilers. Regularly giving up 4 or 5 GA's has got to go away at some point. Will be interesting to see how the Oilers take their 3 game win streak, up against the top end of the league. Hope the Oilers take the lead and scare the Hawks into full gear, so - we can really see where the oil leaks show up.

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#133 A-Mc
November 25 2013, 01:47PM
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Hey OilersNation, What do you think about this little tidbit i found on YahooSports:

Martin Erat wants to be traded out of Washington.
"I want to be traded. We'll see how it goes," Erat said Monday after practice. "Since day one, I didn't get the chance here. I got traded here to be a top six player but never got the chance, never played more than 15 minutes in here and it's time for me to move on." Erat was a healthy scratch for the first time in his career on Saturday and he's averaged just over 13 minutes of playing time when he's be in the lineup. He has no goals and six assists in 23 games this season. Erat has a $4.5 million cap hit through 2014-15 and GM George McPhee doesn't intend to retain any salary in a deal involving the disgruntled forward.

He was nearly a 60 pt guy (57/58pts) for 3 years, and when he wasnt, he was still hovering around 50pts. For some reason i thought he was a defenseman but i must have had a brain fart: he's a winger. Ignore my post! i'll leave it here as kind of a Newsflash type thing, but he wasn't what i thought he was. We already have wingers.

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#134 Mac629
November 25 2013, 02:34PM
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Dog Train wrote:

Eberle will be inspired by the Roughriders' Grey Cup win and scores a hat trick tonight.

SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS, GREY CUP CHAMPS BABY!!!

Who cares????? Eskimos will win next year for sure!

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#135 pkam
November 25 2013, 03:02PM
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Rob... wrote:

GDP: 4-1 Oilers win. Dubnyk continues his good play. The one goal he lets in during the 1st period, and it is followed by a nervous glance towards Bryz... Duby shuts the door after that.

OGDP: Perron fails to score from a sharp angle, but one of his attempts bounces to Smyth and he pots a goal.

NSOGDP: The Refs are very aware that the Oilers PP is 'a sizzling 11 for 30 (36.7%) in their last nine games'. Not wanting to give the Oilers the well earned advantage, RNH managed to get 3 Hawks sticks stuck in between his helmet and visor yet no whistle will be blown, because REASONS!

What does the improving PK% has to do with getting PP?

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#136 Rob...
November 25 2013, 03:11PM
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@pkam

Propped. Thanks for the catch. I just did a quick copy paste and grabbed the wrong text. Fixed it now.

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#137 Mikey
November 25 2013, 03:33PM
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Spoils wrote:

Hall is not even in the conversation right now for the Olympics. I think he'll crush it on the big ice, but the book is - he doesn't play Canadian style hockey because he falls down too easily, and the bad giveaways really hurt him.

Chicago sent a bunch of players to 2010.

I wonder how much it hurts us that players like RNH, Ebs, Hall aren't going to get that early career experience in the big show.

Yea and that is also the same year the Blackhawks won the cup. Coincidence? I definitely think not.

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#138 hockeycrazed
November 25 2013, 05:06PM
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Just pray and hope that the Oil is not too pleased with the 3 wins over 3 weak sisters, and start another losing skid; This is where Eakins come in, to drill it to his young guns; every game is equally important! We are not even suggesting playoffs, just respectability!

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#139 YFC Prez
November 25 2013, 06:15PM
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@gcw_rocks

Petry was a second round pick. I think your point still stands though.

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#140 Jordan Nugent-Hallkins
November 25 2013, 07:49PM
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Oil are really fighting the puck right now.

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#141 SRELIOFAN
November 25 2013, 07:54PM
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They're digging themselves into a pretty big hole early... It's going to be tough to come back from that against the hawks.

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#142 Jordan Nugent-Hallkins
November 25 2013, 08:00PM
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Come on boys, this PP is huge, need a goal.

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#143 Alsker
November 25 2013, 08:12PM
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Thank god Versteeg missed the open net.

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#144 Alsker
November 25 2013, 08:23PM
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We get outshot, out chanced but not dominated like in Philly. Do you bring in Bryz in hopes to add a spark and give him a non-pressure appearance infront of the home crowd?

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#145 Jordan Nugent-Hallkins
November 25 2013, 08:41PM
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@vetinari

Haha this is an awesome comment.

Also, COSMONAUT - ENGAAAAGE.

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#146 Jordan Nugent-Hallkins
November 25 2013, 08:54PM
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Looking good so far, Breezy-G

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#147 Jordan Nugent-Hallkins
November 25 2013, 09:57PM
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@moog's helmet

This. Not sure if layoff was a typo or not, tbh.

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#148 Mike Krushelnyski
November 25 2013, 11:12PM
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I have high hopes for the Bryzgalov-era Oilers. They've looked pretty good ever since he's been in net for them!!

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#149 Mike Krushelnyski
November 25 2013, 11:12PM
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I have high hopes for the Bryzgalov-era Oilers. They've looked pretty good ever since he's been in net for them!!

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#150 Mike Krushelnyski
November 25 2013, 11:12PM
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I have high hopes for the Bryzgalov-era Oilers. They've looked pretty good ever since he's been in net for them!!

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